Green Budget WG – National Recovery and Resilience Plans – What comes next? – 18 May – Online

The deadline for submission of the National Recovery and Resilience Plans by Member States has passed and it is now up to the European Commission to evaluate the individual plans over the next two months. During this joint meeting of the European Environmental Bureau, Climate Action Network (CAN) Europe and CEE Bankwatch, we will look at which of the national plans have already been made public and assess their content. We will also provide an overview of what are the next steps in the NRRP process and how to best engage with stakeholders to ensure that plans follow the principles set by the Recovery and Resilience Facility.


Agenda of the meeting

15:30 Introduction and update on EEB work on NRRPs- Patrick Ten Brink, European Environmental Bureau

15:40 Brief overview of the NRRP process – where we stand now following submission of plans to the European Commission – Anelia Stefanova, CEE Bankwatch

15:50 Round of feed-back and open discussion on NRRPs – what do we know so far and what is our verdict – Moderated by Markus Trilling, Climate Action Network Europe

16:25 The NRRPs in the European Parliament’s Scrutiny Working Group – Zita Herman, Greens Advisor BUDG Committee

16:45 E3G – The green recovery tracker: method and results – Felix Heilmann, E3G

17:00 Recovery Index for People and Nature (RIPN): assessing NRRPs from a systemic change and just transition perspective – Christiny Miller, Lydia Korinek, ZOE Institut

17: 10 Next Steps – how to work together going forward – during the preparation of Implementing Decisions and beyond

17:25 Concluding remarks – Patrick Ten Brink, European Environmental Bureau


18 May




15:30 - 17:30

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